DALLAS — Laredo Independent School District will rely on its own ratings when it goes to market Dec. 18 with $47 million of general obligation bonds approved by voters last month.

Proceeds of the deal will allow the district to buy school facilities originally financed with lease revenue bonds in 2004. The bonds are expected to yield net present value savings of 9.5%, with no extension of original maturity, officials said.

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